Anyone can cause `gpg --recv` fail for any key on keyservers: https://bitbucket.org/skskeyserver/sks-keyserver/issues/57 #gpg
#CopperheadOS CEO has sent a DMCA takedown on my repo that contained documents about Copperhead takeover: https://screenshots.firefox.com/3VED8g86DbsZLODl/mail.riseup.net Mirror: https://github.com/yegortimoshenko/copperhead-takeover
@micahflee Another SKS bug. Anyone can make a key unimportable: try `gpg --keyserver pgp.mit.edu --recv-keys 0x4F3F50786C401DCE`, it will fail. Also see https://pgp.mit.edu/pks/lookup?op=vindex&search=0x4F3F50786C401DCE
Pushed a fake UID to SKS keyserver signing key: https://pgp.key-server.io/search/0x41259773973A612A Source code (crawler next up): https://gitlab.com/yegortimoshenko/sks-tools (cc @micahflee)
#CopperheadOS is seeing a takeover attempt by main developer's business partner. Here is a repo with some of the tweets and documents that have been since taken down: https://gitlab.com/yegortimoshenko/copperhead-takeover
Usually this requires a proprietary SWD debugger like ST-Link/V2. @email@example.com has recently implemented bbg-swd, a SWD debugger on top of OpenOCD that runs on BeagleBoard devices using PRUSS (auxiliary real-time processors on TI SoCs).
I'm using PocketBeagle and some Dupont wires. Hope this would work without any soldering.